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    Glacier Bay

    National Park & Preserve Alaska

For Teachers

Welcome Teachers.

Glacier Bay National Park is an excellent subject filled with amazing resources that may enhance your classroom studies. Check out the following links for curriculum, lesson plans, and other helpful tools to introduce your students to Alaska, National Parks, wilderness, and history.

 
A Glacier Bay ranger visits a classroom via videoconferencing equipment!

We can bring Alaska to YOU!

Long Distance Learning
Park Rangers can bring Glacier Bay directly to YOU. If your school has video conferencing equipment, your class now has the opportunity to experience a LIVE interactive visit with a park ranger at Glacier Bay National Park.

 
seabirds curriculum

Glacier Bay National Park Curriculum Materials
Check out our exciting activities, education demos, and lesson plans. Bring the world of halibut, sea otters, underwater sound, seabirds, glaciers, and even whales to your classroom!

 
sea lions

Alaska Seas and Rivers Curriculum

Excellent standards based marine/aquatic science units for K-8.

 
Our Wild Neighbor

Our Wild Neighbors
Alaska Wildlife Activity Book
Take a look at this activity book filled with activities on Alaska's amazing animals.

 
Bear Aware coloring book

Bear Aware Activity Book

Become a bear expert and learn how to be safe in bear country with this 24-page booklet. PDF format

 
Alaska Studies curriculum

Alaska History & Cultural Studies
Fabulous Alaska Studies curriculum online. Six units covering the story of Alaska with extensive photos, letters, maps, oral history and other primary resources.

 
Pacific Salmon activity book

Pacific Salmon

Coloring/Activity Book

15 page activity book all about salmon. How do they live? What do they eat? Discover their fascinating life cycle.

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